A dinner was held at the George Hotel to celebrate the arrival of the railway. This was the start of more dramatic industrial
developments in Frome and many industries sprang up around the station which was, in those days, outside of the town centre.
When the Radstock railway branch was built, a siding was added to access the Frome market hall so that produce, such as cheese could be transported out of Frome to markets around the country. This is how the Cheese & Grain got its name.